Might As Well
Looks Like Rain %
They Love Each Other
Lazy Lightnin' ->
The Music Never Stopped
Dancing In The Street
Samson And Delilah %
Crazy Fingers ->
Wharf Rat ->
Let It Grow ->
Let It Grow %
It Must Have Been The Roses
Around And Around
Help On The Way ->
One More Saturday Night
October 27, 2016 Subject:
Thanks for beautiful copy of a long time favorite show
what a great surprise and gift to discover this version of one of my favorite old tapes. I appreciate everyone's efforts bringing it here.
April 6, 2014 Subject:
Great! The sound of the gang havin' fun! Definitly loving 76 more and more as time goes on, and here's another reason why
July 16, 2011 Subject:
What is now the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, the "Paramount" only held about 3,000 people. I've seen Deepak Chopra here and he made it feel like a living room. I can only imagine what the '76 Dead did to this place. What a big sound in such a small place. Aside from that perspective, this show has the hotness. Outrageous set list that someone contrived in a dream and woke up to somewhere late in Let it Grow only to realize the best in life is the reality of a Help/Slip/Frank snooze button.
November 10, 2010 Subject:
A great sounding show. This show comes alive when you play it. Highly recommended. I love this era of the Dead and this is one of the best sounding shows from that time.
June 3, 2010 Subject:
Around And Around
Help On The Way ->
February 6, 2010 Subject:
Even to a bunch of stoned college students, it was obvious that the SBD-gen cassette tape in circulation mid-80s was too slow. But it still was a good show: one of the best LLR ever; for a Scarlet Begonias that doesn't lead into FOTM, the jam is great; and even the Donna-bashers have to admit that she's on-point tonight. But at the proper speed, it's a gem! The dynamic range, clarity, separation of instruments--amazing! The up-tempo tunes (e.g., Might as Well, Dancin') don't lag. And yet the lazy, heroin-sound is still there where it should be: LLR, Fingers, Help>Slip>Franklin's. Thank you, Hunter, Jay, Betty, Patrick Murphy. You are magicians. I hope that you know how much happiness you bring into people's lives because of your work. And after 25 years, I can finally hear the finale to a steppin' Franklin's Tower :-)
December 17, 2009 Subject:
there is a hole in the franklins tower, near the end, you can hear it as donna and jerry sing roll away the dew almost out of nowhere. there is an audience source and a matrix, but I prefer a true soundboard, and this would be the best copy if it becomes patched.
very much appreciate the work you guys do to edit and repost the music, keep it up.
September 10, 2008 Subject:
This is a near-perfect remastering/pitch-correcting effort by Hunter Seamons, of a GREAT show. I am really loving 1976, and even for that year, this one rises near the top. I know all the shows were unique, but this one is extra-unique.
The '76 laid-back vibe is here, with a special X factor. Maybe all that pent-up genius is shining through after the long break. Great, long and trippy Crazy Fingers. Let is Grow>Drums>Let it Grow is a darn tasty sandwich (and I'm not usually big on Drums). The Help>Slip>Frank is dreamy and blissful. So different from, say, 5-26-77, or Pembroke Pines, that it's like comparing very delicious apples and oranges. No real weakness in this magnificent show!
Of all the versions of this show, this one stands out as best, IMHO. Hunter Seamons has performed a labor of love for which we should all be very grateful. I think this show, and this version of it, easily earn 5 stars.
June 4, 2008 Subject:
Great show from Portland on the 76 come back. Nicely remastered and repitched. Simply perfect.
March 31, 2008 Subject:
Thank you for the pitch correction.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Source: Source Info: 7" two track Betty reels @ 7 1/2 ips > PCM; Transfer Info: PCM (Sony SL-HF66)> Sony PCM-601ESD> Behringer Ultramatch Pro> Tascam DA-3000> Wav(16-bit/44.1k)> Adobe Audition 3.0> TLH flac16; the original source had the channels swapped in "Samson & Delilah" thru "It Must Have Been the Roses", as well as "The Wheel"
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Source: Matrix by Hunter Seamons using Final Cut Pro (FLAC24 and FLAC16 > AIFF > Final Cut w/EQ > Soundtrack Pro for some click removal in AUD > AIFF CD tracking via Audacity w/dither > FLAC16 via xACT w/meta-tagging)